Biography of Bimal Gharti Magar – Nepali Football Player

Bimal Gharti Magar

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BimalGhartiMagar became the first Nepalese footballer to play for any European club. RSC Anderlecht club in Belgium made a deal for his U-19 team with Bimal. Bimal was assigned.

Early Life of Bimal Gharti Magar

Born on January 26, 1998, Bimal Gharti Magar, Basically from Bhutaha Village in Nawalparasi District of Nepal, is a son of AEx Policeman who was also a local footballer and inspired him to play football.

Impressed by his performance at the Subroto Cup held in Delhi for Elite English School Butwal, ANFA chose him to join ANFA Academy Butwal and that same year he was transferred to the central ANFA academy during the AFC U-14 Football Festival. His performance in the the-14 team helped him to be selected to play a friendly match with Bangladesh at the age of 14 in the National Team. Career of Bimal Gharti Magar

International career

On May 2012, during the 2012 AFC U-14 Football Festival, Magar made his name for Nepal’s under-14 football team, where he scored remarkable eight goals including a hat-trick against Sri Lanka U14. After his under-14 coach performance, Sunil Shrestha said: “Bimal is one of Nepalese football’s brightest prospects.”

Early Career

On May 2012, during the 2012 AFC U-14 Football Festival, Magar made his name for Nepal’s under-14 football team, where he scored remarkable eight goals including a hat-trick against Sri Lanka U14. After his under-14 coach performance, Sunil Shrestha said: “Bimal is one of Nepalese football’s brightest prospects.”

Magar was granted a Belgian visa in March 2014 to go to Europe from April to May that year and conduct trials for Anderlecht’s U-16 squad. Magar also participated in three youth tournaments, the AEGON Future Cup, the Ten BrinkeBouw Tournament, and the Nuenen Tournament as part of the trials. Both FC Twente and RSC Anderlecht trials were conducted under the recommendation and oversight of Rene Koster, the former Bangladesh-17 Team coach.

Magar was granted a Belgian visa in March 2014 to go to Europe from April to May that year and conduct trials for Anderlecht’s U-16 squad. Magar also participated in three youth tournaments, the AEGON Future Cup, the Ten BrinkeBouw Tournament, and the Nuenen Tournament as part of the trials. Both FC Twente and RSC Anderlecht trials were conducted under the recommendation and oversight of Rene Koster, the former Bangladesh-17 Team coach.

He joined MohunBagan in the second half of the 2017-18 season. He was released in front of the Indian Super Cup. He made three club appearances and had one assist. He joined his former Three Star Club after his release.

He joined Chyasal Youth Club for the 2018–19 Martyr’s Memorial A-Division League on September 26, 2018.

Style of play

Magar is a peaceful left-footed striker notable for his agility and acceleration. He is often played as a forward, secondary striker, or winger for this reason. Magar is also technical in his finishing and shooting ability, as well as physical with intelligence and cuts off – the ball tactical. Overall, his professional mentality earned him a multitude of trials at various UEFA club academies and youth team places in Belgium giants Anderlecht, as well as assuming the role of skipper in most of his national youth teams. Bimal was also deployed as a central attacking midfielder, most notably in Nepal’s win over Laos in the 2016 AFC Solidarity Cup semifinals.

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